If you've talked to me lately you've probably heard me use the phrase roots tech because for the past little while it's kinda been my life. I signed up this year to be vendor because I really think it's important for photos to get out of dusty shoe boxes, spiffed up a little so they look like new and put into books so that everyone can get a copy and enjoy and so that little sticky hands have a chance to get to know their relatives. As a child I remember looking at old photos on occasion but mostly they were on the shelf in the room we weren't allowed to play in. In fact most of the photos I am discovering are ones I have never seen, Grandma laughing with her friend in college, Grandpa out hunting with his Dad these images erase the wrinkles and grey hair and let me see my grandparents as I have never seen them before.
That is what family history does it erases wrinkles, lets us know people we never meet, and helps us understand who we are. So if you want to see this type of beautiful love story then spend valentines day weekend with me at roots tech. There's classes, speakers, and of course and endless supply of vendors waiting to help you get the most out of your family history.